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Lalu Prasad Yadav's effigy burnt in Thane

A group of north-Indian activists burn the effigy of Rly Minister for making "provocative speeches" against Maharashtrians.

india Updated: Mar 11, 2008 08:42 IST


A group of north-Indian activists from Thane on Sunday burnt the effigy of Union Railway Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav at the Wagle Estate Junction for making "provocative speeches" against Maharashtrians.

The activists were led by Dalbir Singh Sinar, the leader of Uttar Bharaitya Saurakshan Samiti.

According to the Samiti, they burnt the effigy to protest against the provocative speeches made by north-Indian leader against Maharashtrians which polluted the atmosphere here while the north Indians lived cordially in Maharashtra without any issues.

While the Srinagar police have registered offences against the mob, no arrests has been made so far in this connection.